Monthly Archives: April 2011

>College Power Rankings

>This week’s college power rankings show no movement at the top, but some shakeups below that.  The big winners were the teams that did well at the ACC Championships. The Superfan’s Men’s Power Rankings for April 27, 2011(last week’s ranking … Continue reading

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>Who is Where

>Here’s my weekly roundup of where all the top college athletes are competing this weekend.  However, the heavy team emphasis this week makes it a harder task than usual. There are essentially only six meets this weekend featuring top collegiate … Continue reading

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>Penn Relays Preview

>You want a Penn Relays preview?  You bet you do.  And while I’m a fan, and a self-styled pundit, and an obsessive, there’s another guy out there who is the expert.  His name is Walt Murphy. Murphy writes the Eastern … Continue reading

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>Monday Morning Decathlete

>What did we learn this week? The Boston Marathon discussion won’t die down. Last Monday, Geoffrey Mutai won the annual Patriot’s Day race in an astounding 2:03:02, followed closely by Moses Mosop in 2:03:06. Both were well under the official … Continue reading

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>Who Did What (Women)

>Here’s the roundup of the weekend’s action for the top collegiate women athletes in each event. 100 meters 1. Jessica Young (TCU) – 2nd at Michael Johnson Classic (11.22w) behind McGrone (Okla) 2. LaKya Brookins (SoCar) – idle 3. Jeneba … Continue reading

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>Who Did What (Men)

>Here’s the weekly rundown of the weekend’s action by the top ten men in each event (as projected by Track and Field News). In my mind, the biggest development of the weekend is only included here as a footnote: Florida … Continue reading

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>The Exchange Zone: Rob Myers

> Listen to The Exchange Zone With Jesse Squire Subscribe to our Feed or on iTunes The Exchange Zone with Jesse Squire In Episode 2, I sat down with miler and 3 time indoor US champion Rob Myers.  Rob is scheduled to open up … Continue reading

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>Taking Track (and Field) to the People

> The special downtown “street shot” put held last night as part of the Kansas Relays was well-received.  The reports are that over 2,500 people came out to see it.  The photo might not reflect that, but think about the … Continue reading

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>Who is Where This Weekend

>Want to know where all the college stars are competing this weekend?  Here’s a listing of where the top ten in each event (as determined by Track and Field News) are scheduled to compete. As you can see, many of … Continue reading

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>Kansas Relays Downtown Shot Put: Armstrong!

> From the Kansas Relays website: The Kansas Relays took their show to downtown Lawrence Wednesday night to much success. An estimated crowd of at least 2,500 gathered around a man-made shot put area on the corner of Eighth and … Continue reading

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